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Old 05-11-2013, 08:21 AM   #1
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Does anyone have any Darling Diaper action shots?

I'm trying to resist the urge to go crazy buying newborn fluff so I am planning to make a batch of the darling diapers in newborn size. I have tons of fabric and snaps and elastic so they will be free to make and that's my favorite price.

I'd love to see some action shots or even just stash shots if anyone has any.

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Old 05-11-2013, 08:57 AM   #2
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I had no idea my baby was going to be so big! I made him 36. He was 9lbs 6oz and they barely fit him. He was a day old here.

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Oh My! Our only full term daughter was 8pounds 3oz. Maybe I should skip the newbie fluff and just start buying one size or larger sizes. My kids all grow super fast anyway.
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Re: Does anyone have any Darling Diaper action shots?

Are you looking at the free pattern? It has a smaller and larger nb size, so you can use whichever is more likely to fit your babe. I used the larger, since my kids range in the 8-8.5 poundish range.

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She was 7lbs 1oz at birth and they were the red edge pattern(so bigger newborn). The first picture the diaper could have been snapped on the lower rise and tighter, but it was just put on quickly by a nurse in the OR. At the start they snapped all the way to the middle with the umbilical snap snapped down...I just found some other pictures that aren't on my DS account.

They fit her for probably 3ish weeks before the started getting too short in the rise

I will say that I preferred our EZDipe2 diapers over these...I altered them to be NB rise/SM waist, and they lasted for a little over a month and were so easy to put on(you can't mess it up ).
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Re: Does anyone have any Darling Diaper action shots?

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